Originally, Cathy studied oil landscape painting with the late Joe Novak, and she shared an art studio with other photorealist landscape painters. Novak's work there drew the attention of Timothy Rub, currently director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and former director of the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College. Rub became the moving force behind Novak's 2002 Hood Museum exhibition "Joe Novak: Paintings, 1993-1999". Joe encouraged Cathy to take risks, express herself, and not necessarily follow the status quo. Consequently, experimentation became a large part of her work. Cathy has also trained with many established artists, including esteemed Australian sculptor Jen Mallinson, who taught Cathy the beauty and importance of texture. Danielle Bartlett, an abstract artist mentored Cathy to follow her intuition and trust her inner voice, while allowing universal energy to influence her paintings. Theo Harasymiw, an established visual artist, encouraged her to utilize the well of creativity inside of her.


A+Gallery, Red Deer

Lyrical Art Gallery, Red Deer Kassa Gallery, Edmonton Carrot Gallery Edmonton Loft Gallery Sherwood Park Vasa Gallery, St. Albert


Eternal Innovator: The Artistic Journey of Cathy Bible, Artist in Canada, 2024;

Modern Luxuria Magazine, February 2024, Pages 54-59

Live at McIntrye Park for Art Walk #2, Breakfast Television Edmonton LINK

Artist Spotlight, ThreeSixty Alberta LINK 

Awards & Publications

2019 First Place, ACACA Northern Zone Show,

for bronze sculpture Rise

NOA (Night of Artists) Magazine, Special Canada 150 Anniversary Edition, Vol. 12, 2016, Vol.13, 2017, Vol. 14, 2018 LINK

St. Albert Gazette

October 3, 2018

St. Albert Gazette

July 29, 2017

St. Albert Gazette

August 14, 2017

Artscapes (cover artist), Society of Western

Canadian Artists,

March, 2015

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